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    Talent Management Strategy

    Date: February 26, 2014, 7:30am – 9:00am
    Martha Ramirez
    Joliet Junior College
    1215 Hoboult
    Building T- Rm #1002
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    Martha T. Ramirez, SPHR is the Director, Western Region & Field Services Director for the North Central Region for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).where she has worked since 2006. Previously, she held the position of Regional Manager at SHRM.  Prior to SHRM, Martha had 11 years of HR experience from the finance and manufacturing industries.


    Martha's primary responsibility is to help SHRM members, volunteer leaders, HR professionals and their organizations find rewarding ways to get engaged in our chapter structure, the profession and with SHRM.   She is also responsible for assisting state councils and local chapters with their strategic planning and operations. Martha also leads the Staffing Management Panel at SHRM.


    Martha holds a Bachelor of Science degree from DePaul University in Chicago.  She is a lifelong resident of the Chicago area and resides in the western suburbs with her family. She enjoys traveling, reading and meeting new people, all things she incorporates in her position with SHRM.

    Do you have an effective strategy in place to meet your critical talent needs over the next five or ten years?  If not, you are probably as concerned as the CEOs in many surveys who worry that they will not have the talent they need to compete in a recovering global economy.  In this presentation, you will explore the main demographic and other drivers of the global competition for critical talent, four components of an effective talent management strategy, and best practices case studies of Lockheed Martin and SAS.